a blog from the Department of Systems Biology @ Harvard Medical School
October 28, 2010 § Leave a comment
Via Wired Science, here’s an analysis of how dogs and other furry mammals manage to get dry after a soaking:
My favorites are the rat and the grizzly bear.
And here‘s the paper.
Tagged: biomechanics, furry animals
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